Dr. Paula Liebeskind has been practicing audiology since 1983, but her interest in the field goes back even further than that.
Paula grew up with a cousin who taught her sign language, and later studied deaf psychology in college. Her passion for the subject led her to pursue a career in helping those with hearing loss by becoming a Doctor of Audiology. (She has continued to thrive in the profession for over 30 years!)
In 2003, Paula established A. Bel Audiology Associates and Musician’s Hearing Center, which she named after her parents, Abe and Elaine.
A. Bel Audiology Associates provides hearing aids, and hearing loss and balance services to patients living in Pembroke Pines, Fort Lauderdale, and surrounding areas in southeast Florida.
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Audiologist and Practice Owner
Originally from The Bronx, New York, Dr. Paula took a leap of faith and moved to South Florida in 2001. After 20 years of working for other people in both private and large ENT practices Dr. Paula decided to open her very own practice. She wanted to honor the memory of her beloved parents, Abe and Elaine, so she named her practice A. Bel Audiology Associates.
A. Bel Audiology Associates has been in practice since 2003, and is the only operating private practice in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Owning her practice has allowed Dr. Paula to provide very individualized hearing solutions using a wide variety of hearing devices and communication strategies. She also loves working with tinnitus patients.
When she is not in the office, Dr. Paula loves to spend time with her wonderful husband of 12 years, dance, and mediate in nature. When asked what brings her to work every day, she says,
“I love to see people’s reactions when they get to hear sounds the moment they put their hearing devices on. Helen Keller said it best when she said ‘Blindness cuts us off from things, but deafness cuts us off from people.’ That has always touched my heart and been my driving force. I want to help people enjoy life and keep them connected with their loved ones.”